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Edward Grey (James Spader) in a kinky sado-masochistic, power relationship.He demonstrated control over her life by appealing to her vulnerable, masochistic and submissive tendencies through various mind-games and physical humiliations (i.e., a slave-like dog collar, or pretending that she was a horse with a saddle on her back and carrot in her mouth).One of the more detestable scenes was the collection of canine semen (from a dog with an enlarged scrotum) to be consumed in creme-filled pastries.The film ended with Gwen in Van Wilder's arms during a graduation pool party: Controversy swirled around director Adrian Lyne's re-making of Lolita (1997) with 17 year-old blonde starlet Dominique Swain as the title character - a tempting nymphet nicknamed 'Lolita' - because of the under-aged actress' sex scenes with co-star Jeremy Irons.She returned to Edward's office, where she confronted him, She then demanded: "I want to make love." He ordered that she sit at his desk with her palms extended and resting on the desk, until further notice.She proved her love and devotion by staging a marathon 'last stand' there (without moving her hands or feet), over a period of three days.All of these entries were noted for strong sexual content, gross humor (masturbation, excrement, vomit, bestiality and breast jokes), and foul language, following a familiar pattern of rowdy hijinks, offensive stereotypes, topless nudity, and raunch.'s Otter (Tim Matheson) refused to pay another ,000 tuition bill), Van Wilder sought Indian personal assistant Taj (Kal Penn) to help him and then recruited strippers to be "topless tutors." He also hired himself out as a "party liaison" (with his "undeniable ability to throw one hell of a party," and his belief: "Sex sells").In a semi-serious sub-plot, his notorious exploits as a perennial student raised the skeptical attention of brainy staff writer for the school's newspaper Gwen Pearson (Tara Reid).
It was a cross between All About Eve (1950) and The Talented Mr.
Both lived together and embarked on a campaign of man-baiting vengeance.
In one memorable scene, Nathalie directed Sandrine with self-loving masturbatory techniques with step-by-step instructions for sexual awakening, and she also advised: "Every time you hesitate, dare yourself to go a little further." Both females found employment in a male-dominated Parisian brokerage house as a pair of corporate femme fatales, who found male victims to manipulate so that they could be promoted, including the bank owner's promiscuous son Christophe (Fabrice Deville).
He threatened to fire her (with his own growing feelings of disgust and shame) - and eventually she was terminated.
In the film's conclusion, Lee walked out during a wedding dress fitting in preparation for marrying childhood friend Peter (Jeremy Davies) who couldn't satisfy her peculiar sexual needs.
The film included topless beach swimming scenes (and some stylish photography as the camera dipped underwater and provided a gigantic closeup, and then panned up to Sally's face).